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French A Level at Haslingden High School, Specialist Arts, Maths and Computing College

Course description

The study of A-level French gives students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of the French language beyond GCSE. It enables students to communicate effectively, both in spoken and written form, on a variety of topics which are of interest to young people today. It enhances the cultural dimension of studying a language and increases students’ European and global awareness.

Course content

- Unit 1: Social issues and trends
- Unit 2: Political and artistic culture

Entry requirements

Grade B or higher at GCSE French

Assessment

This course is assessed entirely through final examinations.

Future opportunities

An A-level qualification in French provides a suitable foundation for the study of French at university. Increasingly French is combined with other subjects at university to provide an extra dimension to one’s studies, for example, in business and management. It can also lead to the study of other languages such as Russian, Chinese or Japanese. Organisations are often looking for candidates with additional skills and having a good knowledge of another language could be part of that skills set.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Haslingden High School, Specialist Arts, Maths and Computing College directly.

Last updated date: 07 February 2017
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